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    Captain of His Ship

    Christopher Plummer's award-winning career has spanned more than 55 years, and he is indisputably one of the most respected classical actors on either side of the Atlantic.

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    Playhouse Bound

    Paul Reubens has spent the past year prepping his brand-new stage show, "The Pee-wee Herman Show," running through Feb. 7 at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles.

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    Accent on 'Youth'

    Director Miguel Arteta would like to be known as the man who gives voice to awkward dorks everywhere. "Dorkiness is my realm in which I live, so I celebrate dorkiness," the director says.

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    High Art

    Alfred Molina never seems to stop. Since his film debut in "Raiders of the Lost Ark" as the devious guide Sapito Molina has been ratcheting up credits on stage and screen.

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    'Station' Agent

    Michael Hoffman began his career as an actor, spending time at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and studying at Oxford, before "stumbling" into filmmaking.

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    Rosy Future

    Betty White's appeal is timeless, and she's not slowing down anytime soon. So there's no sense in being coy about the guild's most prestigious accolade.

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    'Park' Life

    In "Parks and Recreation" Ansari regularly steals scenes as Tom Haverford, a wily, self-centered government official who wears his underachiever persona like a badge of honor.

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    Julia Voth: A Back Stage Exclusive

    From a small town in Saskatchewan, Canada, Julia Voth left the cold and snow behind and moved to Japan to pursue a successful modeling career.

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    Heart to Heart

    Robert Duvall first met Jeff Bridges in the late 1960s, when the latter was only 18. "He was just a kid with a guitar," Duvall recalls.

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    Toward 'Zero'

    Veteran actor Piper Laurie has turned her talents to directing, most recently helming the Off-Broadway solo play "Zero Hour," written by and starring Jim Brochu.